I understand. I just want an opinion from as many experienced individuals as possible. I really do appreciate your help, and I will in no way hold anyone accountable for future penalty or misfortune that may come upon myself.
Here is the child support/alimony part of the decree:
ARTICLE III: UNALLOCATED ALIMONY AND CHILD SUPPORT
3.1 The Plaintiff(my ex-husband) shall pay to the Defendant(myself) the sum of $250.00 per week as unallocated alimony and child support as well as fifty-five (55%) percent of the minor children's unreimbursed medical, dental and work-related day care expenses which includes summer day camp. Unallocated alimony and support shall terminate upon the first of the following events: the death of the Plaintiff, the death of the Defendant, or July 1, 2024. Unallocated alimony and child support shall be modifiable in the event of the Defendant's remarriage, the Defendant's cohabitation as defined by statute, the Plaintiff's earning in excess of eighty thousand dollars ($80,000.00) per year, or the Defendant's earning in excess of thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00) per year. The parties acknowledge that the Connecticut Child Support Guidelines mandate a child support payment based upon the current earnings of the parties in the amount of $265.00 per week. The parties acknowledge that the Connecticut Child Support Guidelines mandate an allocation for unreimbursed medical expense an qualified day care expense such that the Plaintiff would be responsible for fifty five (55%) percent and the Defendant would be responsible for forty five (45%) percent based upon the current earnings of the parties.
3.2 In the event of the termination of unallocated alimony and child support, the obligation to support the minor children individually shall terminate as provided in this Agreement, based upon the first of the following events:
a) attains the age of eighteen or if the child has not graduated from high school (and still attends high school) than child support shall continue until such time as the child graduates high school, but in no event shall such obligation for child support continue beyond nineteen (19) years of age for any child of the marriage;
b) The death of a child of the marriage;
c) The marriage of a child of this marriage;
d) The death of the Plaintiff,
Even if any or all events listed above occur, any child support arrearage shall be paid in full.
Thank you so much for reading this over. If you could give me an advice on this matter to the best of your knowledge, I would really appreciate it.